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Name:Clauchland Hills
Hill number:1486
Height:259.3m / 851ft
Parent (Ma):1480  A' Chruach
RHB Section:20C: Arran and Holy Island
County/UA:North Ayrshire (UA)
Maritime area:Firth of Clyde to Mull of Kintyre
Class:Hump, Tump (200-299m), Submarilyn, Yeaman
Grid ref:NS 03337 33820
Summit feature:rocky ground 1m N of cairn
Col:114m  NS018333  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 69
(1:25k) 361N 361S
Observations:two knolls to W are lower
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 80 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Lamlash. Nicely waymarked route to near the trig point at Dun Fionn (worth a detour) and the path to the top. Then the good path west to the A841.Alan Moore11/05/2019
Parked in car park on east side of road and followed right hand fork of circular route. Shortly thereafter on to circular route hill path to summit. Continued east then on to forest track to north to complete circular route. Sunny but rather windy pleasant walk, well signposted the whole way.Jubilado15/02/2018
From car park just of the road... Delightful wander with umbrella from West to east and down to the trig pillar then back along the forest track to the southvegibagger22/11/2017
Up through Clauchlands Farm on good paths. Another wet day on Arran, last one for a while as killng time waiting for the ferry.jonglew22/11/2017
From the viewpoint car park, hiked to summit in rain then down and back on the forestry track.Chris Mac20/11/2017
Sunny walk from car park to the WSW with Smudge.Dugswell216/11/2017
Revisited with Dugswell.Smudge16/11/2017
Clauchland Point - Coastal Path to Dhunan - North Corrielands - South Corrielands - Summit of Cluachland Hills (forestry cleared) - Ancient Fort (and less ancient Trig)on cliff above the sea - followed the top of cliff back to Clauchland Point.briandavies27/04/2017
Circular walk from Lamlash with 4 others.Initially cloudy,then intermittent rain.Grand views down but no sign of high tops.catman18/09/2016
with renee late pm, path to the top, great view of the holy isle.robertphillips15/05/2016
From Lamlash up to Dun Fionn, over the Clauchland Hills then down Fairy Glen into Brodick. Superb views of the Arran mountains.Chris Mac14/05/2016
My 1st hill on Arran! After completing Holy Island i took the bus back to Brodick with Hal and Rose, an American couple i met on the small ferry. We got off at the forestry car park at the nrpw of thr hill. Beautiful views over to Holy Isle and then Goatfell. Unfortunately i lost my GARMIN e Trex 30 in the heather on the way up exploring the heathery tumps. If you find it please e-mail the website creator please. After the summit i continued onto the fort and then the track to Corriegills and then back into Brodick. Very pretty walk.Dazingdale06/05/2016
A beautiful viewpoint, well worth a visit.jenx21/04/2016
With Jenx from the farm below, linking in Dun Fionn and trig for even better views. Great locations.nordicstar21/04/2016
Clauchlands and Corriegills walk circular from Brodick.KPvLSF03/04/2016
Simple evening walk from W.RobertP01/05/2015
With MoraBLACKHILL07/04/2015
Easy parking to West. Good path all the way.destaylor14/03/2015
60th birthdayThearlaichdubh22/02/2013
Walked back from Holy Island trip to Brodick.ARM23/04/2012
Debs, Ali and GoskaMountain Goat30/12/2011
Circuit from NS 022 332.summitsup19/05/2010
Came up from end of Shore Road in Lamlash, via Dun Fionn trigpoint.agentmancuso08/04/2008
Climbed from picnic area on Brodick-Lamlash road. Good path through forest. Small cairn. Easy, quick bag for those who don't like to walk too much!maknipe04/12/2007
From Brodick Road. WDP on edge of felled area to E/W ridge and to top at 10.10.arranc20/09/2003
pleasant hill & view; name Clauchlands Hill on trail sign, consistent with name of farm; differs from LR map. good tk e.g. from car pk to W RHW24/08/2003
Cycled on tour of Arran.Eddie14/06/2003
On geology field tripInvicta1416/03/1975
nipped up whilst visiting dunan mor and dun breagLoz_mckblank
carole engel08/05/2018
Rob Rees20/05/2017
Paul and Terri30/06/2015
Lionel Bidwell26/06/2015
Susan Bidwell26/06/2015
Steve Q08/09/2013